Someone says coherence is no longer a suitable word to this world, and maybe it’s never been, because of the moving and the natural evolution of things. Someone else that when you have it, your life can be so much better than when you don’t. Anyway, it would seem that criticising, making fun, or complaining, about a system to which one belongs often also with a certain pride, is accettable behavior — and of course a hard work too.
So, if you’re a person who readily stages its disappointment over things as the mechanisms of society, but you’re also very proud of your social achievements, and sometimes you find yourself raising your head or thumbing your nose at someone so sadly out of the game, you don’t need any kind of guilt. Cause, you know, you’re right.
Especially when you’re an artist.
John Holcroft is an illustrator from Sheffield…
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